89.0
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke)
2:40
      Cummins tried to rush in to start this fight, and Cirkunov waylaid all over him with wild punches & kicks. Cummins tried to dig for a takedown, and Cirkunov grabbed him with a standing guillotine, but his arm was up over his head, so he couldn't get any leverage. He threw a lot of short punches to the body of Cummins though. After a really rough clinching experience, Cirkunov took down Cummins and landed in full mount halfway through the opening round. He locked on a tight arm-triangle choke, jumped off to the side, cranked, and finished the fight by submission. That was a fantastic performance by Misha Cirkunov.
88.5
Decision
15:00
      The first round started with both guys boxing at a decent pace, and Anderson was able to quickly bloody the face of Cummins, as he beat him up in the clinch, and then he took him down with around 2 minutes left in the round. He wasn't able to hold him down for long, but once they stood back up, Anderson scored another takedown with a minute left in the round, and then finished out the round with back control, as he continued to beat the shit out of Cummins. Round one clearly goes to Anderson.
     The second round was another round of Anderson beating up Cummins from a variety of positions, outstriking him on the feet, and outgrappling him on the ground. Anderson is bullying Cummins, making him look like he's never been in a fight before. The final round was more of the same, as Anderson continued to bully Cummins, all the way through until the clear cut 30-26 unanimous decision victory. This was a much needed win for Anderson, and a disappointing loss for Cummins, as he breaks his recent 2-Fight winning streak.
87.4
Decision (Split)
15:00
      These guys traded some sloppy looking strikes, Cummins shot in for a terrible takedown attempt, Villante punched him in the back of the head repeatedly, so Cummins finally gave up and reset. Villante then rocked Cummins with some big punches. Villante threw an accidental headbutt that cut the top of the head of Cummins, so the fight was paused for a few seconds to give Cummins a chance to recover. They continued to trade some sloppy looking punches, and Cummins kind of wobbled Villante with a clean right hand. Cummins clinched with 2 minutes left in the round, and pressed Villante against the fence. That was a close sloppy round of fighting, and I'm giving the round slightly to Cummins, based on controlling the grappling exchanges, since I thought their sloppy striking looked comparible. All of that blood pouring down the face of Cummins looks bad, but knowing it came from a headbutt cancels it out.
     They continued to trade sloppy punches in the second round, and Cummins clinched a few times, pressing Villante against the fence, but nothing was happening there either. I have Cummins ahead 20-18 going into the final round, but the fight is so sloppy, I have no idea where the scores are at, especially considering Villante is one of the New York fighters on this card.
     The final round had both guys still trading sloppy strikes, and Cummins was still failing with his sloppy takedowns. The exchanges on the feet though were pretty close, so this fight really could go either way. I think Cummins is showing a lot more heart, but I don't know if that necessarily means he'll win a fight against Villante in New York though. With 2 minutes left in the fight, the face & head of Cummins looked like dog food, but that didn't stop him from rocking Villante with bombs, before pressing him against the fence for some more clinching. In the end, I think Cummins definitely deserves to win this fight, 29-28, it not 30-27. The judges were split, and gave the split-decision victory to Patrick Cummins.
88.9
Decision (Majority)
15:00
      These guys danced around for a few seconds, Blachowicz rocked Cummins early, he unloaded on him with some big punches, Cummins was dropped, Blachowicz looked like he was going to secure the early finish, but Cummins was able to recover, and he knocked down Blachowicz, but fucked up when he attempted an Anaconda choke, which Blachowicz was able to slip out of. They reset back on their feet 90 seconds into the round, and Blachowicz continued to chew up the face of Cummins with hard punches, all while leaving his chin high up in the air. They clinched halfway through the round, and Cummins tried to trip Blachowicz, but was unsuccessful. They both slowed down quickly, but Blachowicz continued to chip away at the head of Cummins with hard shots. Cummins was finally able to trip him to the ground with 90 seconds left in the opening round. Cummins was mostly just grinding on him for the rest of the round. Round one goes to Blachowicz, based on the damage done on the feet.
     Blachowicz started the second round with some hard punches, but Cummins quickly clinched and pressed him against the fence. They traded a few more punches, and then Cummins scored a takedown 90 seconds into the round, landing inside Blachowicz's guard in the center of the cage. Blachowicz tried to find an armbar from his guard, and then he went for an arm lock, but Cummins was able to pound his way out of it with some hard punches to the face of Blachowicz.They stood back up with around 90 seconds left in the round, and Blachowicz shot for a takedown of his own, and he tried to grab Patrick's back in the process. They reset back on the feet again with a minute left in the round, and Blachowicz landed some decent punches & kicks. He rushed in with a nice combination, nearly taking Patrick's head off, but he was too exhausted to finish it. Cummins ended the round stuffing a takedown, and beating up Blachowicz's body with punches from the sprawl. That round was close, but I'm giving that one to Cummins.
     They traded a few decent strikes to start the final round, and then Cummins scored another takedown around the one minute mark. Blachowicz slapped on another armbar from his guard, but Cummins pulled his arm free without too much trouble. Cummins postured up a little bit halfway through the round, and landed some hard punches. Blachowicz went for another armbar, Cummins broke free again, and Blachowicz finally stood back up with 2 minutes left in the round. Blachowicz blasted Cummins with a series of hard kicks, including one to the head, but Cummins grabbed him, and blasted him in the head with a series of hard knees, but was warned for throwing a few to the back of Blachowicz's head. Cummins took him down again, and continued to grind him against the fence until the end of the round. One judge scored the fight a draw, and the other two gave the fight to Cummins for the majority decision.
88.7
TKO (Punches)
4:52
      Cummins landed some decent kicks in the first round, but he looked scared to be in Brazil. Nogueira rocked him around the halfway mark, Cummins shot for a takedown, and Nogueira stuffed it without much of a problem. Nogueira started to chew him up on the feet with big punch combinations, he rocked the shit out of Cummins, nearly knocked him unconscious, Cummins clearly had no idea where he was, Nogueira continued to pound on him, and the referee stopped the fight with less than 10 seconds remaining in the opening round. Solid win for Nogueira, but I'm really thinking Cummins would be better suited for a place like Bellator or WSOF at this point.
93.3
TKO (Punches)
6:12
      Cummins secured a takedown in the first 20 seconds of the fight, and Teixeira was back to his feet 10 seconds later. Cummins secured another takedown after that, and Teixeira was back to his feet again, all within the first minute of the fight. Teixeira then spent the next minute or so, boxing the shit out of Cummins, and Cummins got him back to the ground, mounted his back, and Teixeira was back up again immediately. Teixeira rocked Cummins a few more times, and then Cummins secured another takedown, this time keeping the fight on the ground for a few seconds, but Teixeira got back up again. Teixeira ALMOST knocked out Cummins as the buzzer sounded. Teixeira came out blasting Cummins in the second round, and nearly finished him with a head kick, but Cummins took him down with a desperate takedown. They got right back up, and Teixeira finished the fight with a barrage of punches, with Cummins up against the cage, as the referee was telling him to fight back, and he just kept getting blasted in his bloody chin. AWESOME TKO victory for Glover Teixeira against a really tough opponent.
91.9
TKO (Elbows)
10:45
      The first round of this fight was grueling, with Cummins grabbing Cavalcante's back, which he used to slam Cavalcante probably 10 times or so. Cavalcante kept bouncing back to his feet, but Cummins continued to slam him, put his weight on him, and beat him up on the ground. Somehow Cavalcante did some pretty serious damage to both of the eyes of Cummins though. Early in the second round, the face of Cummins was bleeding all over the place, from both eyes, and his nose, I still have no idea where all that damage was coming from. Cavalcante landed a few decent punches, but damn man, that was some serious damage. Cummins shot for a solid takedown about halfway through the round, where Cummins was able to beat up Cavalcante a little bit. By the end of the round, the face of Cummins was destroyed, but he was absolutely slaughtering Cavalcante with his ground & pound. Cummins was killing him, but he kept leaving himself open for upkicks, which was pissing me off. Cavalcante was CLEARLY exhausted by the end of the second round. Cummins secured a takedown to start the third round, and he BRUTALLY beat the shit out of Cavalcante with HUGE elbows, and I think he even had him knocked out, but it took the referee a little while to stop the fight. AWESOME stoppage by Pat Cummins.
91.4
KO (Punches)
4:54
      How in the WORLD was this fight on the undercard? Both of these guys are Top 10 Fighters in my opinion, and based on their recent records, I would think that they might even be getting close to title contention in the near future. Cummins looked pretty awesome for the first 4 minutes of this fight, taking St. Preux down repeatedly, even throwing him a few times, but St. Preux showed some AWESOME takedown defense, as he was able to spring right back up immediately after each takedown. Eventually, Cummins ran in throwing punches, and St. Preux countered with a big uppercut, knocking Cummins to the ground, where he finished him off with a series of hammerfists. St. Preux is the man! (And Cummins is pretty awesome too...)
88.7
Decision
15:00
      Antonio Carlos Jr. went for some leg locks in the first round, failed, got tired, and then got completely smothered by Patrick Cummins for the last 13 minutes or so of this fight. So yeah, Cummins pretty much beat his ass, taking him down in every round, controlling him, and punching him in the face. Congrats to Cummins for a very clear one-sided decision victory.
88.7
Decision
15:00
      I don't think this fight was much of a surprise for anyone. Kyle Kingsbury hasn't fought in close to 2 years, after recovering from an injury, after a 3-Fight losing streak, and Patrick Cummins pretty much dominated him with his wrestling, taking him down repeatedly, pushing him against the cage, and dropping punches & elbows for the duration of the fight. Kyle Kingsbury pretty much got his ass handed to him in this fight, which has to be disappointing for him, making this now a 4-Fight losing streak for him, and Patrick Cummins wins via a somewhat long winded decision.
87.9
TKO
(Punches)
7:28
     After a pitiful fight against Daniel Cormier in his UFC debut, Cummins returns to fight another UFC newcomer, a guy I've never heard of. With that being said, the first round consisted of Cummins taking him to the ground and sort of beating him up. The second round was more of the same, and the fight was eventually stopped due to strikes on the ground. Nice win for Cummins I guess, but I still won't know what to think of him until he beats someone a little more noteworthy than Roger Narvaez.
87.6
TKO (Punches)
1:19
      I mean... By the time the fight started, I was actually starting to believe some of the hype. No one has ever heard of Patrick Cummins, and that's because he's only had 4 fights total in his career, and he's had 40 people CANCEL fights with him, because they found out how brutal he is? Seriously? Anyway... This entire fight looked sloppy as shit, Cormier sort of knocked him down with some punches or something, this fight was sort of silly, welcome to 205 Daniel Cormier, but does this REALLY prove anything?
88.6
Submission (Arm-Triangle Choke)
4:01
      Cummins threw Edwards to the ground early in this fight, where he beat on him with punches, and knees to the body, eventually looking for submissions, getting close with some guillotine attempts, eventually moving around to back mount, and then turning that into an arm-triangle choke from the mount. Nice submission victory for Patrick Cummins, in his second MMA fight.
88.6
TKO (Punches)
2:44
      Cummins spent a couple of minutes trying to secure a takedown, and after Brown did a decent job defending with leg kicks, he eventually was taken down by the cage. Cummins then went for a keylock, but that was ridiculous, because he would have had tro put Brown's arm through the cage to finish it. He eventually gave up on that, and then just slaughtered Brown with punches to the face on the ground. Pretty decent professional MMA debut by Patrick Cummins.